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  1. Apparent Brightness Enhancement in the Kanizsa Square with and Without Illusory Contours.Birgitta Dresp & Jean Lorenceau - 1990 - Perception 19:483-489.
    The perceived strength of darkness enhancement in the centre of surfaces surrounded or not surrounded by illusory contours was investigated as a function of proximity of the constituent elements of the display and their angular size. Magnitude estimation was used to measure the perception of the darkness phenomenon in white-on-grey stimuli. Darkness enhancement was perceived in both types of the stimuli used, but more strongly in the presence of illusory contours. In both cases, perceived darkness enhancement increased with increasing proximity (...)
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    Repetition Blindness for Natural Images of Objects with Viewpoint Changes.Stéphane Buffat, Justin Plantier, Corinne Roumes & Jean Lorenceau - 2012 - Frontiers in Psychology 3.
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    Speeding Up the Brain: When Spatial Facilitation Translates Into Latency Shortening.Anne-Lise Paradis, Shasha Morel, Peggy Seriès & Jean Lorenceau - 2012 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6.